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Learning More About Your Student Loan Rates Could Save You Thousands
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Understanding how student loan rates are determined can help you figure out if you are overpaying on your student loans. Here is a breakdown of how student loan rates are determined and what you can do to fix them.
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Borrowers Default On Student Loans Despite Viable Alternatives
Sallie Mae Borrowers Missing Out On Major Relief
Senate Taking Up Measure Blasted By Warren
Congress Must Address the Student Loan Crisis
This may well be the most short-sighted, ineffective and contemptible Congress in the past fifty years, but can they truly be foolish enough to gamble with the future of America's children.
Here's How To Get In Touch With The Senators Who Voted Against Lowering Student Loan Rates
Student Loan Deal Set To Fail Again
Congress Still Not Working
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
This is the message Congress is sending: Sorry, all you aspiring college students, but we just couldn't manage to squeeze it in, what with our many days off this year. We had to go back home to raise some campaign cash, and you students got lost in the shuffle.
What You Need To Know About Congress' Inaction On Student Loans
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Community Colleges We Need
Richard W. Riley
While the data are clear -- it is much better to have a college degree than not -- it is also true that not all valuable degrees need to put families into serious debt. Many community colleges today prove that value can be had at a reasonable price.
Another Idea To Raise Student Loan Rates -- From Democrats!
Senators Want To Raise Student Borrowing Costs Even Higher
Poll Reveals Broad Support For Treating Students As Well As Banks
GOP-Backed Student Loan Plan Clears House Despite Veto Threat
Obama Budget's Student Loan Gamble Filled With Long-Term Questions, Experts Say
Student Loan Rates Boost Government Profit
Millions of student borrowers are paying record relative interest rates on their government loans, lining Department of Education coffers and stoking fears that student borrowing costs and debt levels are restraining the shaky economic recovery.
Record Student Loan Rates Feed Government Profit As Debt Damps Economy
A Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity, and a Bottom-Up Revolution at MoveOn.org
Executive Director, MoveOn.Org Political Action
Lower Student Loan Interest Rates
Sec. Arne Duncan
U.S. Secretary of Education
As we work to get the economy back on track, no one is suggesting it would be a good idea to double interest rates on credit cards or home mortgages. Why then do some believe it's a good idea to double interest rates for students?
Right-Wing Craziness Keeps Getting Crazier
President at Mike Lux Media
While Mitt "Etch A Sketch" Romney and other Republicans are back-pedaling as fast as they can, the right wingers who control the Republican party are digging in, questioning the whole idea of whether the government should even be involved in student loans.
The New Student Battle Cry: Don't Double My Rate!
Higher Education Advocate, U.S. PIRG
The media and the country are just waking up to the alarming fact that unless Congress acts by July 1, the interest rate on subsidized Stafford student loans will double from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent. Congress must not let that happen.
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Mack Declines To Take Position On Key Issue
New Push To Keep Student Loan Rates From Doubling
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